UNIVERSITI TENAGA NASIONAL, Malaysia
Today’s employment demands graduates who are equipped not only from the technical aspects but also from the interpersonal skills perspectives. The traditional chalk and talk approach in delivering syllabus at schools have been rapidly complimented with the use of Information Technology to suit the IT savvy generations among the students as well as the teachers. To satisfy the employers’ needs for graduates with a well-balanced interpersonal skills, educators have been looking at integrating IT in their teaching with the objectives of attaining the 21st century skills. This paper discuss how the use of Geometers’ Sketchpad in the teaching of Mathematics at a Malaysia’s secondary school level could help to inculcate qualities of the 21st century skills.
Technology in Education, Geometer’s Sketchpad, 21st Century Skills